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Creative Carnival – October 2008

October 11, 2008

Welcome to the October 2008 Creative Carnival edition!

What is this? It’s a chance to compile some great articles around the blog-o-sphere showcasing all sorts of writing. If you need to know more, or would like to submit an article for the next Creative Carnival, read this.

So, without further ado, grab a cup o’ cider, find a comfy spot to sink your bum into, and prepare to be entertained.

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Poetry

ITAKEOFFTHEMASK presents Trading My Hours posted at itakeoffthemask.com.

Holly Ord presents Sinful Touches, My First Creative Writing Piece posted at Healing Yourself Heals the World.

Matthew Stevenson presents Glass Utopia posted at The inifnite waypoint.

Kelly Tolman presents When Change Ripples Like Algae – By Kelly D. Tolman posted at Darnuth Keep, saying, “original poetry”

Essays

Kate presents slyparadox.com Blog » Narcissis Always Had His Eyes Wide Shut posted at slyparadox.com Blog.

Karen Harrington presents Scobberlotch (v.) to loaf around, doing nothing in particular.: Family Trees posted at Scobberlotch (v.) to loaf around, doing nothing in particular..

Madeleine Begun Kane presents My Close Encounter (I Think) With Paul Newman posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

jdroche presents A Zepplin Welcome posted at Fear & Loathing in Blogdom, saying, “My own inner battle with why I write.”

axel presents Meditating In Japan posted at axel g.

babs mountjoy presents On the Road Again posted at Awalkabout’s Weblog, saying, “Sometimes, you’ve just got to take a chance–it can bring you great stories!”

Dereck presents Love posted at I Will Not Die.

Fiction

CG Walters presents Serialization of Sacred Vow: Liz posted at Into the Mist, saying, “Any new relationship has complications, and Katerina and Ian, the lovers in this story, are no different. However, there is one catch. Ian and Katerina are trying to build a relationship across dimensional planes.”

ThreeWest presents Fatherless Child | Three West posted at Three West Creative Development Blog.

Nonfiction

Dawn presents What to “do with” Snow?! Part 2 posted at “At Thy Word”, saying, “Information on dealing with snow, for those who do not live in colder climates.”

Mac presents Warnings and Cautions for Writers–Print on Demand posted at www.actorlicious.com.

AdmirableIndia.com presents Hogenakkal Falls: Part 1 posted at AdmirableIndia.com.

Raymond presents How To Apply For An American Express Black Centurion Card posted at Money Blue Book.

Karen presents Are You Checking the Facts? posted at Write From Karen saying, “Our economy collapsed. Who’s to blame? If you’re trying to point the finger at a certain administration, guess what? You’re wrong. Check the facts …”
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This concludes the October 2008 edition of the Creative Carnival. THANK YOU for submitting your links! If you would like to see an excerpt of your NaNoWrimo project showcased in the November 8th, 2008 edition, please submit your links here. (Details for the November NaNoWrimo Carnivals are below).

Please, one link per blog. If you submit more than one link per blog, I will only use the first link submitted. If you submitted your link and don’t see it here, that probably means I received it after the deadline.

Thanks for visiting the carnival participants and don’t forget to check back December 13th for the next (regularly scheduled) Creative Carnival.

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**NaNoWriMos – do you want to submit a portion of your project during the November Creative Carnivals? Every Saturday in November (beginning November 8th), we’ll host a Creative Carnival featuring an excerpt from your NaNoWriMo projects. (The November CC is only for NaNoWriMo participants. Please do not submit your links if you’re not participating in the program – they will be ignored. Thank you).

Begining November 8th, Write Anything will post links to an excerpt (no more than 1,000 words, please) from your NaNoWriMo project. Here’s how it works:

1. Look over that week’s NaNoWriMo writing.

2. Pick your best excerpt.

3. Submit it to the NaNoWriMo Carnival.

4. Feel free to introduce the excerpt in the submission form (so your entry will read like this: Karen presents Crazy Like a Fox posted at Write From Karen saying, “This excerpt takes place after a major, life-changing event in my protagonist’s life. I thought this piece was worthy of the Carnival because it showcases the myriad of emotions she deals with.”)

5. Take a SHORT break from your crazy NaNoWriMo schedule on Saturday and read your fellow NaNoWriMo’s excerpts. Provide feedback (if the author desires feedback) and encouragement.

I must reiterate: The Creative Carnival will post every Saturday in November beginning November 8th and will only be for NaNoWriMo participants. The Creative Carnival will resume a normal posting schedule beginning in December. Thank you.

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